Hogan Lovells is an international law firm that has a sophisticated team with a deep knowledge of the local market. The firm works in various industries, including energy and natural resources, infrastructure and transportation. We sat down with Partner Juan Torres-Landa who spoke about the disconnect between the legislature and executive and what he expects […]Read more... →
Grupo Multisistemas de Seguridad Industrial (GMSI) is the leading company in the private security sector in Mexico with operations through its 34 subsidiaries and with more than 13,000 employees. Mexico Mining Review interviewed Country Manager Mario Salomón to discuss the services the company provides to mining companies and how theft can be prevented.
Q: How […]Read more... →
Industrias Peñoles is a Mexican national champion, and one of the only miners listed on the Mexican Stock Exchange. This week, Mexico Mining Review interviewed Fernando Alanís, the company’s Director General to get his opinion on the status of the national industry and how other operators can follow in Peñoles’ footsteps to become an international reference
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In an exclusive preview of the 2019 edition, Mexico Mining Review, Richard Booth, Managing Director for North and South America of MMD Mineral Sizing Central America talks about the rising importance of truck-free mines and how the company’s solutions are optimizing the industry.
Q: How is global mining changing and what is your perception of the state of the mining […]Read more... →
In an exclusive preview of the 2019 edition, Mexico Mining Review, Felipe Rivera, Industry Business/Process Automation Hub Leader Mexico and Central America at Schneider Electric discusses the new automation trends affecting the mining industry and how energy consumption can be optimized.
Q: How does Schneider Electric help mining companies optimize their energy consumption?
A: For Schneider Electric, […]Read more... →
Insidious toxic gases crawl across the underground tunnels of a mine unbeknownst to the busy workers, even as the gold veins glitter against the dull rock formations, these gases can go undetected by human senses. Good ventilation of the work area is essential to prevent pockets of gas forming that can lead to deadly explosions. […]Read more... →
This article is drawn from the Mexico Mining Review 2015
The days of caged canaries lying dead in the dark mines, as poisonous gases such as methane or carbon monoxide crawl into the tunnels, are over. While safety measures have advanced by leaps and bounds, images of danger still color […]Read more... →